Courthouse Green - Safe Internet Use

Staying safe online is very important, so to help you know how to stay safe and out of danger on the internet, either on your computer, tablet or smartphone, here are some helpful films, tips and websites to look at

Parents and Carers

To learn more and get some very helpful tips please click on the link below

 This is also a very good guide for both Parents and Children

Click on the picture to read the presentation from the E-Safety Workshop led by Mrs Malam

Here are the films that we looked at in the e-safety workshops

This one is about Facebook

This one is quite frightening and is about keeping safe online, this is the video the Year 6 children watched on Safer Internet Day 2015

Here's the guide from CEOP about keeping 6 to 10 year olds safe




Here are some websites for you to look at to explain how to keep safe online, click on the title or the picture to go to the websites.

Have a look at this activity from CBBC - it explains some of the things you need to think about when you are on the internet, just click on the picture below to go to the webpage.

ThinkUKnow KS1 - Lee and Kim

If you are 5,6 or 7 you probably like to use your computer for fun. This website will help you stay safe online.


ThinkUKnow KS2

If you’re between 8 and 10, you probably know a lot about using the internet.

This website will show you what we think is good, look at what’s not and show you ways you can get yourself out of bad situations.

CBBC Stay Safe

CBBC has a huge amount of pages to look at, have an explore and see what you can learn


Safe Surfing With Doug



This website has sections for children under 11 years old and a seperate section for those over 11. 

These great games will test your online safety knowledge



McGruff is a crime dog, famous for his advice on how to stop crime before it happens and his great sense of humour. Some of his work involves teaching children to stay safe online. Check out the different areas on the site


Here are the policies we use at Courthouse Green to do with keeping safe on the Internet

Please Click on each one to look at it

E-Safety Policy

Parent Child Agreement for Key Stage 1

Parent Child Agreement for Key Stage 2



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